Readercon: Of Tin Foil Hats

Among the events today was the Tin Foil Hat event, where strange theories were floated as possibilities. As you can see, one intrepid panelist actually produced a tin foil hat, too. It was a “you had to be there” kind of event. Many theories both bizarre and  plausible were floated. My own consisted of the…

Readercon Day One

I suppose this counts as day two now, since we arrived last night, but Thursday night serves as a bit of a warm-up. Nonetheless, I had a panel straight away at 8pm, so we needed to be there relatively early. Normally it’s a fairly easy drive but there was a lot of construction along the…

BitchBuzz: Rebekah Brooks: The Charm Offensive

I’m off to Readercon today, picking up folks along the way, including a certain mad Ukrainian in Northampton if all goes according to plan. I will doubtless post more this weekend as there are sure to be entertaining things to write about, like torturing Todd and dishing with Liz. I can’t believe I’m scheduled at…

My Readercon Schedule

Just to whet your appetite, here’s my list of events at Readercon, July 14-17 in Burlington MA; looks like there will be some entertaining fun (as usual):  Thursday July 148:00 PM    G    We All Produce, We All Consume. Paul Di Filippo, Gemma Files, Robert Killheffer, K.A. Laity (leader), Jamie Todd Rubin. In a 2008 blog…

How I Went to Readercon and Became a Broad

No, cat milk has nothing to do with my time at Readercon. I stopped in the pet store to get some flea spray (sigh) and a new tag for Kipper. When I saw this, I kept picturing a very low stool 😉 and couldn’t stop giggling. Readercon was a busy time: right away Thursday night….

Workshop & Readercon

I’ll be running a two-hour workshop at East Line Books, the lovely Robyn Ringler’s store, on Saturday July 24th up in Clifton Park. The cost will be $35. Here’s the description: Sticking with It: Writing with a Full Time Job How to find the motivation and discipline to keep writing when you have a full…